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Pavek Museum of Broadcasting
Receives Award For Excellence
Minneapolis (May 23, 2007) ---On May 14th the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting was presented with the Richard M. Uray Alpha Epsilon Rho Award for Excellence for their efforts and achievements in preserving the history of electronic communication.
Located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting contains one of the world’s finest collections of early radio, television, broadcasting, and recording equipment, as well as a growing archive of regional radio and television program material.
Steve Raymer Ajit Daniel Tom Mittelstaedt
Pavek Museum Winona State Pavek Museum
The Pavek is dedicated to preservation and to the creation of new opportunities for learning and discovery, offering educational programs in electricity and electronic communication for elementary, secondary, and post-secondary students.
The Pavek is the home of the Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
The Richard M. Uray Alpha Epsilon Rho Award for Excellence is presented to individuals, companies, or organizations that best represent excellence in the field of electronic media.
The award is given annually by the National Broadcasting Society (NBS), the national organization for students and professionals pursuing careers within electronic media, and Alpha Epsilon Rho (AERho), the national honor society of electronic media students.
The Pavek wishes to express its sincere thanks to the students and staff from Winona State University's Mass Communications department and radio station KQAL for nominating us.
Students and staff from
Winona State University
and radio station KQAL